With Aotearoa New Zealand at varying alert levels, Skills Active will continue to take a digital-first approach to meetings with clients and contacts. Where in-person meetings occur, we will observe masking, scanning and physical distancing. Arrangements will be on a case-by-case basis, so check in with your usual contact person to discuss what will work best. If you need anything, give us a shout via phone or email.
Skills Active today ceases to be the standard-setting body for sport, recreation and performing arts, and hands over this function to the newly established workforce development council, Toi Mai.
You spend so many hours at work, it helps if you enjoy it. That’s how Rotorua Aquatic Centre facility manager Leah Burgess sees it, and that philosophy is what drives the award-winning training and mentoring that her staff receive.
Jesse Puata was “a bit of a mongrel of a kid” when Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) planted a seed that grew his life into a different shape, and harnessed his abilities on and off the mat.
Skills Active is excited to announce new hires and new roles that will grow and enhance the top-notch support it provides to learners and clients.
Skills Active Aotearoa has launched two new on-job qualifications for the professionals working to bring active recreation to life in Kiwi communities.
New Zealand needs well-trained, qualified staff.
Our qualifications are a stepping stone to your future.